A boat carrying 19 migrants sunk near Cesme in western Turkey on Saturday. There were eleven fatalities, eight of which were children.
The $75 million yacht owned by Pakistani billionaire Alshair Fiyaz rammed into a control booth in the Caribbean, destroying the structure.
"It is believed that the two vessels collided with one another while underway; however, all facts and circumstances surrounding the incident are still under investigation," a police Marine Patrol unit said.
A fellow passenger captured the incredible moment the shark leaped at their boat.
But the ferry operator argued its crew had switched off the vessel's engines.
"I have a 9 mm and if I want, I will put a bullet in each of your heads," the captain told his passengers.
Many of those aboard were teachers traveling to collect their salaries, a local mayor said.
"A total of 12 patients were evaluated at the scene. Homeland Security is now investigating."
Beside the body was a pack of cigarettes with Korean writing on it.
Four people were arrested in the drug bust after a two-day search.
The cruise ship will have an ice rink, a robo-bartender, and a 10-story waterslide.
Exercise was designed to test the response of authorities to a hypothetical terror attack.
The two vessels from the North retreated after the South fired five 40 mm artillery shots.
The ship is carrying 3,600 tons of cargo and 300 tons of fuel.
More than 100 politicians and journalists crammed into the boat on the River Spree.